Sunday, August 19, 2012

Blue vs. Green, Then vs. Now

This is what the pool looked like one week ago.    One week ago our cousins, Piper and Molly,moved back into their own house, leaving Bella and I to play by ourselves.   In the excitement and attention paid to moving, our Paw Challenged One forgot to add chemicals to the pool for a week.   Today Piper and Molly came back for a visit, and instead of a blue pool, we had a green pool.    We don't understand why they did not want us to swim, the water is still the same.   

Today instead of chasing tennis balls to fetch in the pool, they threw green apples into the water and we could fetch and munch at the same time, if we could find them in the green pool.    The apples are still falling in the back yard and we all enjoy an unlimited amount of snacks, all day and all night long.

Soon the pool will be back to blue again, but then it is getting close to when they will cover it for the year.   So we will enjoy it while we can. 

Mogley G. Retriever


  1. Hi Y'all,

    Actually, the pool looks pretty in green. What's the problem, don't your paw challenged ones like the color green? Do they think that cause the grass is green the pool must look like sky?

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. BOL - ours looks like that a lot! Our pool filter malfunctions when great wads of Golden hair gets sucked in!


  3. Mogley, that pool looks like the Chicago River on St. Patrick's day when they throw green dye into it.

    Hamish & Sophie

  4. Cool pool guys. Love the apple hunt. Have a great Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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